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Second Cabinet of Donald Tusk

Second Cabinet of Donald Tusk

16th Cabinet of Poland
Incumbent
Date formed 18 November 2011
Date dissolved 22 September 2014
People and organisations
Head of government Donald Tusk
Deputy head of government Waldemar Pawlak (2011-12)
Jacek Rostowski (2013)
Elżbieta Bieńkowska (2013-14)
Janusz Piechociński (2012-14)
Head of state Bronisław Komorowski
Member party Civic Platform, Polish People's Party
Status in legislature Coalition
Opposition party Law and Justice
Opposition leader Jaroslaw Kaczyński
History
Election(s) Polish parliamentary election, 2011
Previous Tusk I
Successor Kopacz
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Poland

The Second Cabinet of Donald Tusk was the government of Poland from November 18, 2011 to September 22, 2014 sitting in the Council of Ministers during the 7th legislature of the Sejm and the 8th legislature of the Senate. It was appointed by President Bronisław Komorowski on November 18, 2011, and passed the vote of confidence in Sejm on November 19, 2011. Led by Donald Tusk, it is a centre-right coalition of two parties: Tusk's liberal conservative Civic Platform (PO) and the agrarian Polish People's Party (PSL). By law, all vacant ministries will be led by a Deputy Prime Minister in an acting position.

Office Image Incumbent Party In office
Premier Donald Tusk PO 18 November 2011 – 22 September 2014
Vice Premier Elżbieta Bieńkowska PO 27 November 2013 – 22 September 2014
Janusz Piechociński PSL 6 December 2012 - 22 September 2014
Jan Vincent-Rostowski PO 25 February 2013 - 27 November 2013
Waldemar Pawlak PSL 18 November 2011 - 27 November 2012
Minister of Foreign Affairs Radek Sikorski PO 18 November 2011 – 22 September 2014
Minister of Interior Jacek Cichocki Independent 18 November 2011 – 25 February 2013
Bartłomiej Sienkiewicz Independent 25 February 2013 – 22 September 2014
Minister of Justice Jarosław Gowin PO 18 November 2011 – 6 May 2013
Marek Biernacki PO 6 May 2013 – 22 September 2014
Minister of Administration and Digitalization Michał Boni Independent 18 November 2011 – 27 November 2013
Rafał Trzaskowski PO 3 December 2013 – 22 September 2014
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Marek Sawicki PSL 18 November 2011 – 26 July 2012
17 March 2014 – 22 September 2014
Stanisław Kalemba PSL 31 July 2012 – 17 March 2014
Minister of Culture and National Heritage Bogdan Zdrojewski PO 18 November 2011 – 17 June 2014
Małgorzata Omilanowska Independent 17 June 2014 – 22 September 2014
Minister of Economy Waldemar Pawlak PSL 18 November 2011 – 27 November 2012
Janusz Piechociński PSL 6 December 2012 – 22 September 2014
Minister of Environment Marcin Korolec Independent 18 November 2011 – 27 November 2013
Maciej Grabowski Independent 27 November 2013 – 22 September 2014
Minister of Finance Jan-Vincent Rostowski PO 18 November 2011 – 27 November 2013
Mateusz Szczurek Independent 27 November 2013 – 22 September 2014
Minister of Health Bartosz Arłukowicz PO 18 November 2011 – 22 September 2014
Minister of Infrastructure and Development (new office) Elżbieta Bieńkowska PO 27 November 2013 – 22 September 2014
Minister of Labour and Social Policy Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz PSL 18 November 2011 – 22 September 2014
Minister of Defence Tomasz Siemoniak PO 18 November 2011 – 22 September 2014
Minister of Education Krystyna Szumilas PO 18 November 2011 – 27 November 2013
Joanna Kluzik-Rostkowska PO 27 November 2013 – 22 September 2014
Minister of Regional Development (abolished office) Elżbieta Bieńkowska PO 18 November 2011 – 27 November 2013
Minister of Science and Higher Education Barbara Kudrycka PO 18 November 2011 – 27 November 2013
Lena Kolarska-Bobińska PO 3 December 2013 – 22 September 2014
Minister of Sport and Tourism Joanna Mucha PO 18 November 2011 – 27 November 2013
Andrzej Biernat PO 27 November 2013 – 22 September 2014
Minister of the State Treasury Mikołaj Budzanowski Independent 18 November 2011 – 24 April 2013
Włodzimierz Karpiński PO 24 April 2013 - 22 September 2014
Minister of Transport, Construction and Marine Economy (abolished office) Sławomir Nowak PO 18 November 2011 – 27 November 2013
Minister without Portfolio Tomasz Arabski Independent 18 November 2011 – 25 February 2013
Jacek Cichocki Independent 25 February 2013 – 22 September 2014
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